Princeton town council appointments announced

Appointments to the Similkameen Planning Committee, the RDOS and the Airport Committee are included.

Council appointments for 2012 have been released.

Council appointments for 2012 have been released.

Regional appointments

Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen: Mayor Fred Thomas, Coun. Frank Armitage (alternate)

Similkameen Valley Planning Society: Coun. Armitage, Mayor Thomas (alternate)

Okanagan Regional Library: Coun. Marilyn Harkness

Vermillion Forks Community Forest Corporation: Mayor Thomas, Coun. Armitage

Southern Interior Municipal Employer’s Association: Coun. Harkness

Internal appointments

Princeton and District Community Forest Corporation: Mayor Thomas, Coun. Jason Earle, Coun. Kim Maynard, Coun. Armitage

Airport Committee: Mayor Thomas, Coun. Armitage, Coun. Harkness

Community appointments

Community Health Committee: Mayor Thomas

Committee for the Approval of Public Events: Coun. Earle

Community Liaison

Chamber of Commerce: Mayor Thomas

Princeton Arts Council: Coun. Harkness

Princeton Curling Club: Coun. Harkness

Princeton and District Community Skills Centre: Mayor Thomas

Princeton and District Museum and Archives: Coun. Maynard

Princeton Exhibition Association: Coun. Earle

Princeton Golf Club Society: Coun. Armitage

Princeton Seniors Drop-in Centre Society: Coun. Harkness

Recreation Commission: Coun. Earle

Vermillion Trail Society: Coun. Earle

 

The new appointments will be ratified by council on Feb. 6.

 

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